Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Anthurium friedrichsthalii
Search Criteria: Only include occurrences with coordinates; Ecuador; includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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389737Carlos Aulestia, G. Tipaz, L. Delgado & G. Lao   1992-07-20
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, San Lorenzo, Reserva Etnica Aw, 1.25 -78.67, 80m

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363334Kvist et al.   1983-10-19
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Zapallo Grande, 0.8 -78.9, 200m

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1487549Thomas B. Croat, Lynn Hannon, Dylan Hannon & Emily Kinsinger   2000-07-10
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Along highway from Esmeraldas to San Lorenzo; 32.9 Km E of main San Lorenzo-Lita Road; 10.6 Km E of R, 1.05 -78.97, 44m

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1498940Thomas B. Croat, Lynn Hannon, Dylan Hannon & Emily Kinsinger   2000-07-14
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Along road between San Lorenzo and Mataje, 7.4 Km E of Mataje, .25 Km S of main San Lorenzo-Mataje Hwy.; 10.9 Km W of San Lorenzo-Lita Hwy., 1.31 -78.73, 115m

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1375022Thomas B. Croat, Richard Mansell, Lynn Hannon & Beth Owen   1999-10-06
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Lita-San Lorenzo Road, 55.8 Km W of R, 1.12 -78.72, 150m


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